Mombasa Principal Magistrate Vincent Adet has once again made headlines after buying brand new pair clothes for a suspect who appeared before the court with tattered t shirt and short which left his body exposed.
The suspect identified as Richard Christopher Odhiambo was charged with defilement. While speaking in the court Odhiambo told the Magistrate that the authorities at Shimo La Tewa prison refused to provide for him clothes and that she had going through alot of suffering in the prison.
According to Odhiambo he was forced to put on badly ripped clothes, and since he hadn't been sentenced yet, jail officials refused to give him clothes.
However, this is not the first time Magistrate Adet is showing act of kindness and humanity. He once geld an emergency fund raising in the court for a woman who was charged for stealing a bale of wheat flour together with her husband. After the fundraising he bought the a bale of wheat flour and meat.
What is your take about the act of kindness form the Magistrate.?
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